Open these non-fiction narratives written by Katherine Dimancescu and set sail with Mayflower passengers, settle new lands, and start a new life alongside Pilgrims, Puritans, and patriots.

Be transported back in time to the pulpits, pews, Praying Indian villages, pastures and palisades of early colonial New England. Denizens shares unforgettable true stories of reinvention, romance, sacrifice, family life, and bravery on the New England frontier and its early settlements.

Katherine Dimancescu’s debut narrative offers readers a window into the lives of some of her well-known and also little known maternal ancestors who helped shape the New England communities they called home. Her narrative shares unexpected discoveries that arose when researching her colonial American roots.

BANNER IMAGE: Battle of Marston Moor, 1644 (oil on canvas), Barker, John (19th century) / ©Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museums, Gloucestershire, UK / Bridgeman Images